2018 NCAA Tournament results
Bills cornerback Vontae Davis retires at halftime. Ryan Fitzpatrick shows up to press conference swagged out. Cubs furious with Willson Contreras for showboating on a double.
Orioles tried to extend Manny Machado. Astros call up top prospect Kyle Tucker. Mookie Betts not expected to miss any games despite soreness. Rockets associate head coach retires. LeBron James calls out Zane Gonzalez. Blake Griffin could return to 'elite' status in first full season in Detroit. Dwyane Wade expected to return for final season. Canadiens sign Kirk Muller to two-year extension. Matthews added 18 and No. Trey Landers scored 13 points, grabbed eight rebounds and made key plays down the stretch to help Dayton rally from a point second-half deficit on Tuesday night to beat Saint Louis Trey Landers tallied a career-high 26 points on 9-of shooting and Dayton shot 64 percent from the floor on its way to an victory over Fordham on Saturday night.
Otis Livingston II scored 29 points and made a career-high seven 3-pointers to lead George Mason to an victory over Dayton on Wednesday night.
Justin Tillman ripped the nets for a career-high 37 points, including seven of VCU's nine points in overtime, and the Rams pulled out an victory over Dayton on Saturday.
Josh Cunningham had 21 points and 11 rebounds and Dayton shot 83 percent from the field in the second half to beat Duquesne on Wednesday night. Luwane Pipkins drilled a controversial 3-pointer in the final minute of the second overtime period and Unique McLean added a late jumper as Massachusetts held off Dayton in an Atlantic 10 battle, on Saturday afternoon, snapping a five-game Javon Bess scored 20 points and Saint Louis won for the third time in its last four games, holding off Dayton in an Atlantic 10 battle Saturday afternoon.
Trey Landers scored 16 points, Jalen Crutcher made a key 3-pointer and Dayton held off Davidson on Tuesday night. Jared Terrell scored 24 points and E. Matthews added 17 as Rhode Island battled past Dayton before a sellout crowd on Saturday, extending its win streak to 10 games, including all seven Atlantic 10 contests this season.
Shavar Newkirk scored 17 points and five Saint Joseph's players scored in double figures as the Hawks shot nearly 50 percent, ended a two-game slide and defeated two-time defending Atlantic 10 champion Dayton on Wednesday night. Darrell Davis had 28 points and nine assists on Friday night and Dayton set a program record with 17 made 3-pointers in a win over VCU. Josh Cunningham scored 20 points on an almost perfect night shooting as Dayton picked up its first road win of the season, knocking off Richmond on Tuesday night.
Five-star guard Anfernee Simons takes a visit to Tennessee this weekend. Darrell Davis scored 28 points and Trey Landers added career highs for both -- as Dayton beat St.